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Effective organizations and strategic planning processes

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Please see the attachments (scenario & grid). I need help in understanding the processes. I have the following questions below.

1. In terms of strategic planning, what kinds of processes should be implemented to make training programs more relevant to current job market/employer needs? Who should be involved & how? What kind of process timeline is needed to ensure key decision makers are involved early on for the purposes of budgeting and staff buy-in?

2. Who are the key stakeholders impacted in this scenario? Using the attached power versus interest grid, how does one influence the other?

3. In terms of internal and external threats, where should the planning committee place its focus in devising an effective strategic plan?

4. What are the strategic issues? What are the operational issues? How are they different from each other?

5. What recommendations are necessary in making sure funds are used wisely? Where can funds be obtained from?

6. Why do you believe the above suggestions must be taken into consideration for the good of the organization? How would you conduct an effective evaluation of the new plan?

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1. In terms of strategic planning, what kinds of processes should be implemented to make training programs more relevant to current job market/employer needs? Who should be involved & how? What kind of process timeline is needed to ensure key decision makers are involved early on for the purposes of budgeting and staff buy-in?

The mission statement, the vision of success statement, the strategic planning process, the stakeholder analysis, the SWOC/T analysis, the strategic issues, the budgeting plans, and the implementation plans have to be in place in order to meet current job market/employer needs. Internal and external key players need to be involved. In this case, two layers of leadership were responsible for developing the strategic plan: the Workforce Investment Board and the One-Stop Center managers.

A timeline that includes information about who is responsible for completing each step, along with deadlines for when each step should be completed. This will help you determine who owns which part of the process. It will also help you stick to a schedule.

2. Who are the key ...

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